Submitted by: Donald Hank
3 questions for pro-lifers to ponder...
1. Does the president of the United States have a constitutional obligation to enforce the inalienable right to life for all innocent persons from conception to natural death when individual states are depriving them of "due process of the law" and "equal protection under the laws?" In other words, is the president obligated to enforce the 14th Amendment?
2. Is the chief duty of civil government to protect and defend the inalienable right life for all innocent persons?
3. Can/should pro-life Christians vote for any candidate who won't abide by his/her oath to enforce the God-given right to life (i.e., enforcing the 14th Amendment) when individual states fail do so?